With a resurgent UK automotive sector, now is the time to invest and innovate, says Richard Hall, President Automotive for Schaeffler UK.
Posted 10:06 Monday 14 January 2013
Posted 10:22 Friday 31 August 2012
The fleet sector represents a significant proportion of the UK market, accounting for more than half of all new car registrations. This part of the market is traditionally less volatile than private demand, a factor that is highly important as we continue to navigate an uncertain economic landscape.
Posted 14:05 Tuesday 17 July 2012
During the last two years, UK automotive has seen extraordinary levels of investment from global vehicle manufacturers, pledging more than £5.8 billion to support facility expansion, new model programmes and R&D projects.
Posted 18:05 Thursday 26 January 2012
Britain’s auto industry, which lost its last major homegrown manufacturer in 2005, is back among Europe’s top producers following an Asia-inspired revival led by Japan’s Nissan Motor Co. and Tata Motors Ltd. of India.
Posted 10:19 Tuesday 20 December 2011
It’s noon at Nissan’s car assembly plant in northeast England, and the men on the early shift have already made 210 Qashqai cars from scratch…
Posted 9:00 Wednesday 2 November 2011
The UK automotive industry is enjoying new growth, with major investment announcements from leading international manufacturers.
Posted 14:00 Tuesday 1 November 2011
Public Service Review asks Paul Everitt, Chief Executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, about the steps needed for the automotive industry to prosper…
Posted 17:00 Thursday 18 August 2011
A fifth of new cars on UK roads could be hybrids by the end of this decade through continuing government incentives for low-emission vehicles, the chairman of Ford of Britain says.
Feature interview with Jerry Hardcastle, Vice President for Vehicle Design and Development at Nissan Europe
Posted 17:00 Wednesday 20 July 2011
Britain’s auto industry could face a shortage of skilled electronic and electrical engineers capable of exploiting the global move to low-carbon vehicles, a senior Nissan executive is warning.
Posted 17:00 Friday 17 June 2011
The UK is uniquely placed to lead the world in green technology, the youthful founder of Britain’s fastest-growing supplier of charging points for electric cars, says.